Objectives and competences

The master's degree in Early Care and Family Care is a specialization in the prevention, detection and intervention of developmental disorders, whether serious and permanent or mild and transitory, that may appear in the first stages of the child's life, as well as intervention in the socio-educational and health environment of the child and his family. It provides tools to enhance the child's capacity for development and well-being, and resources and therapeutic strategies to guide and advise their families, accompanying parents in parenting and/or in the process of accepting the specific needs and difficulties of their children.

Courses of postgraduate course that integrate the master or postgraduate degree and that can be processed separately

Basic information

TypePostgraduate courses
CertificateLifelong learning master's degree certificate
Faculty or schoolInstitut de Formació Contínua IL3
Branch of knowledge
  • Behavioural sciences and psychology
Mode of deliveryBlended
Credits60
Length of course2 academic years
Language(s) of instructionSpanish
Enrolment fee:First year: 2.425,00 €
Second year: 2.425,00 €
An increase of 10% is applied to the price, up to a maximum of € 70, as administration fee
In-company placement(s):Yes
Classes begin:16/10/2023
E-mailinfo@il3.ub.edu
Master's degree course homepage https://www.il3.ub.edu/ca/master-atencio-primerenca-familia
ManagmentMuner Armengol , Jordi
Open pre-enrolmentNo
Lead to doctoral studiesNo
Admission for applicants not holding a degree qualification:No

Objectives and competences

Objectives

- To acquire the training for professional practice in the field of early care.
- To acquire knowledge and therapeutic working strategies with children presenting reductions, disorders or disharmonies in their development or who are in risk of presenting them (whether severe and permanent or mild and temporary disorders).
- To acquire resources to work with families in their environment.
- To put the theoretical contents acquired in the first year into practice in real cases.
- To reflect subjectively on the practical experience to grow as a professional.

Access and admission

Applicant profile and access requirements

Recommended applicant profile

Psychologists, physiotherapists, speech therapists, social workers, social educators, childhood education professionals, neuropediatricians, neuropsychologists, special education teachers and psychomotor specialists who are interested in working in the field of early care interventions or who want to refresh their knowledge in this field.

Access requirements and conditions

Pre-enrolment

Contact us

Faculty or school where the course is taught


Address:EDUVIC, SCCL (Escola Itinere)
C/ Castelao, 124

08092 - Hospitalet de Llobregat
Espanya
Email address:escola@itinere.coop
Webpage:www.itinere.coop
Telephone:933320012
Observations:extensive practical modality (seven hours of practicals weekly distributed over one or two days, in the mornings from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the afternoons from 3 to 7 p.m., or all day, from Monday to Friday, for a total of 252 hours annually over 36 weeks) or intensive practical modality (fourteen hours of practicals weekly distributed over two or four days, in the mornings from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the afternoons from 3 to 7 p.m. or all day, from Monday to Friday, for a total of 252 hours annually over 18 weeks).

For further enquiries


Address:Institut de Formació Contínua - UB
C/ Ciutat de Granada, 131

08018 - Barcelona
Espanya
Email address:info@il3.ub.edu
Webpage:https://www.il3.ub.edu/ca/master-atencio-primerenca-familia
Telephone:93 309 36 54
Observations:Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.